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parties. look at this. marco rubio appeared on seven separate sunday morning political talk shows to offer his full throttle endorsement. >> why isn't amnesty? >> that's forgiveness of something. there will be consequences for having violated the law. all we're doing is giving people the opportunity to eventually earn access to our new, improved and modernized legal immigration system. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the immigration eight are not going it alone. a day ahead of the bill's big reveal, advocates of reform were on capitol hill today calling for that very change. >> in a place here in washington where we actually are trying to make sure we work together as americans from across the aisle. >> brothers and sisters, we have a time now. it's time to move to fix a problem that's been broken for too long. >> even with public sentiment shifting in favor of an immigration overhaul, here are signs of resistance coming out of the senate. >> i'm not convinced. i know senator rubio's heart is right and i respect the work of the gang of eight. >> pathway to citizenship a deal brea
sherman. rona fruhar and msnbc contributor, jimmy williams. florida senator marco rubio was the skunk at the immigration easter egg roll this weekend. hours before senators on both sides of the aisle were set to appear on sunday shows touting the makings of a deal, rubio released a letter entitled no final agreement on immigration legislation yet. he continued reports that the bipartisan group of eight senators have agreed on a legislativeropol are premature. a top opponent of immigration reform, alabama senator jeff sessions seized on rubio's skepticism writing, it is one thing to make promises, it is quite another to write a bill that actually works. despite the cold water, lawmakers still use their platform sunday to pop a little champagne. >> i think we've got a deal, we got to write the legislation, but 2013 i hope will be the year that we pass bipartisan immigration reforms. >> with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. i am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week. >
a ways to go. >> most of the caution coming from florida senator marco rubio who issued a statement minutes before his colleagues appeared on the sunday morning talk shows, rubio saying reports the bipartisan group of eight senators agreed on a legislative proposal are premature s rubio's cautionary tale a deliberate slow-walk strategy or a sign of trouble ahead for the senators at the table? >> if he walked away from the negotiations, would that put the entire immigration bill in jeopardy? >> well, first of all, i don't think he will walk away. >> but you need him. if you don't have him, this bill is sudden any jeopardy? >> i'm not even going to speculate about that. >> with headlines focus morgue on rubio's caution then bipartisan successes, how hope system it washington and senators can hammer out a springtime solution? >> possible immigration deal in the work? >> i think very, very positive despite the fact that marco rube gee key player here. >> everybody tipping to around marco rubio, thins how marco rubio is the lynch pin to getting immigration reform signed. >> joining me no
seven, marco rubio, is the only show in town as washington waits for the gang of eight's immigration effort. today a deep dive inside republican meetings that could seal the deal. >>> the other big debate in town is over guns. the president's push has the senate in motion. we'll talk to one leading democrat who wants to make mental health issues a bigger part of the plan. >>> also this morning, as kim jong-un keeps the world wondering about north korea's nuclear threats, secretary of state john kerry talks to nbc news about the possibility of sitting down with the country's leaders to calm things down. good morning from washington. it's tax day. monday, april 15th, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. let's get right to my first reads of the morning. tomorrow the gang of eight will unveil an immigration reform bill that's been months in the making after weeks of taking a cautious tone. marco rubio and on a record-setting seven sunday talk shows to sell the portion of the bill that will be the toughest for conservatives to swallow, a pathway to citizenship for the roughl
-skill workers. >> michael: he did give the bill a 70% chance of approval especially if marco rubio signs on. for more let's head to washington, d.c. sarlin. the "talking points memo" reporter is closely following the back and forth. bengie, how are ya? >> doing well. >> michael: bengie the gang of 8 already missed their march deadline, how close do you think they are? >> i believe they are very, very close. before this labor and business deal that you heard lindsey graham allewd to they were saying they were 90, 95% done. that doesn't mean you would have a bill in three or four days because they still have to write the bill. they haven't translated the points into the legal language. graham mentioned revisiting the labor/business deal. there has been discussion between agriculture unions and biggal biggal -- big agriculture. and other issues. >> michael: marco rubio is setting him up to the savior or slayer of immigration reform. here is senator graham. >> marco rubio has been a game changer in my party. if we get the 11 million right on our side it puts pressure on the demo
rubio said and what joe scarborough said this morning on his program in reaction. let me play both back to back. >> the reason why we are doing this, we are spending all of our time talking about background checks as if somehow criminals will no longer get guns because they have to underago background check. we're lying to people. that isn't true. we have a violence problem in america. guns are what people are using but violence is the problem and no one is having a debate about the violence problem. >> people like marco rubio who think they're playing, they're playing to 7%. i fear for them politically. it seems like the thing to do, he'd better be hopping straight to a presidential race and primaries in iowa and new hampshire and south carolina. i tell you what. that position, 94% of people in florida. 94% of people in florida support background checks. >> let me start with you. playing to the 7%. that's how joe scarborough is describing marco rubio and others who had spoken similar comments regarding this legislation. >> i agree with joe. i think that senator rubio's comments play to
operations. >> jamie: marco rubio and his allies in the senate are preparing for a new plan to overhaul the immigration system and it contains a process through undocumented immigrants can obtain what will be called temporary legal status. critics claim it grants amnesty. today on "fox news sunday" senator rubio said it's not the case at all. >> theyent to get anything. they get the opportunity to apply for it. they still have to qualify for it. meaning, they have to pass a background check and pay a registration fee. they have to pay a fine. they have to renew it. this is not forever. they don't qualify for any federal benefit. no food stamps or welfare, no obamacare. they have to prove they're gainfully employed. they have to support themselves or they will never become a public charge. these are things they the to keep the status. >> jamie: joining me now the ape cor of "fox news sunday" our own chris wallace. good morning. >> good morning. >> jamie: does he feel this is the way the country needs to move forward onm gration? if so, why? >> absolutely. what rubio says, make it clear,
will that legislation be when it's introduced as early as next week? and will florida senator marco rubio remain onboard? remember, he's the bridge to skeptical conservatives and the lynchpin to securing a big enough senate vote that is necessary to give speaker john boehner the cover he would need. after difficult negotiations, there was an agreement friday morning on a visa program for nonseasonal low-wage workers. democrats greeted that news with enthusiasm. republicans were more cautious. being mindful of how weary the base is to anything that looks like a back room deal. is a deal done? >> well, with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved. i am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week. >> we're much closer with labor and business agreeing on this guess worker plan. that doesn't mean we've crossed every i or dotted every t or vice versa. we've still got a ways to go. >> remember happy talk by lawmakers about interest groups backing a bill, created much of the early suspicion about health care. and this weekend'
beyond our bored he. senator marco rubio throwing cold water, if you will, on the notion that fellow lawmakers are on the verge of striking a deal on immigration reform. a major item, as you well know, on the president's second term agenda on. news that labor leaders and business groups have come to an agreement on the guesswork he part of the package, rubio release ad statement through his office that was blunt and to the point with the headline, no final agreement on immigration legislation yet. rubio's statement comes just as other members of the so-called gang of eight, the bipartisan group negotiating a bill are declaring that a deal is at hand. >> with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. i am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week. >> joining me now, nbc latino contributor and usa analyst, and political senior, political report he lois romano. thank you for joining us. lois, let me start with you. colleagues at the "washington post," chris cillizza and shawn sull
your tragedy. >> those families met with john cornyn and marco rubio and both of them said i felt their pain but i'm still a no. i mean, back to the point of some of these entrenched views or people who don't think that 90% -- i guess they're in their districts or in their states but they don't think they'll vote on it. i'm not quite sure. what do you think the calculation is there? >> like dave was alluding to. a lot of members of congress are more worried about being primary than doing what the broader american people, broader polls show indicate needs to be done or eventually will be done. this might be something that doesn't happen right away. some of the bigger pieces of legislation that congress eventually passes takes a little bit of time and takes a few failures. it might be that we have to unfortunately have more kids die. it might be that we have to have the coalition that president obama won two elections with, i think if you look underneath the numbers, that coalition is more inclined towards gun regulation than the current make up of the electorate. it may take time.
on the numbers. >> what about -- i guess i -- one real big question is about marco rubio. and he's the guy that we spend so much time talking about. he's supposed to be the leader of this gang and yet he was the one that sort of broke out first and foremost saying this isn't a done deal. and the second thing is where the house fits into all of this because that's really where the hard liners are and that to me seems the hardest place to get an immigration bill to get through. >> it's been performed in two different parts. i would not think that marco rubio is the leader of this gang. that falls more to chuck schumer from new york and cain from arizona. the road that rubio plays is the lynch pen. if he walks, the deal dies. and he's well aware of that. part of what he's doing last week when they were trying to say there is a deal, there is a deal. hold on. no, no. not done yet. we need marco rubio in the room because without him he needs to have the conservative tea party. >> and that's the next phase of this that there's a couple of members of the house raul labrador is from what i can tel
>> chris: i'm chris wallace. senator marco rubio explains a new plan to overhaul the nation's immigration system. from securing the border to creating a path to citizenship, the bipartisan gang of eight senators agree to reforms fire from the left and right. we will talk with one of the chief arenac count aki texts. is there a spring thaw in the washington political gridlock. are compromises suddenly possible on immigration and guns, even the budget. we will discuss chances for deals with senate leaders in charge of the counting votes. democrat dick durbin and republican john cornyn. plus, new threats to peace on the korean peninsula. a live report from the region and ask the sunday panel about new you developments this week that raised tensions even higher. and our power player of the week. a high school senior are uses tennis to help children cope with a sirius disorder. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. the so-called gang of eight four republican senators and four democrats releases its plan this week for comprehensive immigr
i'm chris wallace. senator marco rubio explains a new plan to overhaul the nation's immigration system. from securing the border to creating a path to citizenship. the bipartisan gang of eight senators agree to reforms. one firing from the left and right. we'll talk with one of the chief architects, senator marco rubio live only on "fox news sunday." >>> then is there a spring that you in the washington gridlock s pomp are compromise possible on guns and the budget. we'll discuss it with senators in charge of counting votes. >>> plus, new threats to peace on the korean peninsula. we'll have a live report and ask our sunday panel about new developments that raise tensions higher. and hour power player of the week. a high school senior uses tennis to help children cope with a serious disorder, all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> hello again from fox news in washington. the so-called gang of eight, four republican senators and four democrats, releases its plan for a comprehensive immigration reform. at stake, border security. the status of immigrants in the country illegally an
: appearing on seven news programs today, including two spanish networks, republican senator marco rubio aggressively pushed the bipartisan immigration reform plan. >> what we have in place today, the status quo is horrible for america. >> reporter: rubio is a part of the so-called gang of eight that's spent months working out the details. the legislation is expected to tighten border security while providing a path to citizenship for the roughly 11 million people who are here illegally. >> why isn't it tantamount to amnesty? >> first of all, amnesty is the forgiveness of something. in fact there will be consequences for having violated the law. >> reporter: still, opposition was swift with some conservatives saying they won't support legal status for anyone who is not documented. >> they have produced legislation, it appears, that will give amnesty now, legalize everyone that's here effectively today, and then there is a promise of enforcement in the future. >> reporter: the latest nbc news/"wall street journal" poll shows nearly two-thirds of americans favor granting citizenship to tho
marco rubio has quite a busy sunday. how the republican made television history and the key points he made on both gun control and immigration. >>> like the brady bunch. >>> venezuelan successor nicholas muduro won 56.6% of the votes. the challenger is refusing to accept the results. it is calling for a recount. maduro was a close confidante of chavez who died of cancer early last month. it's a relationship that was cited repeatedly during the campaign heckling the late president's attacks against the united states. as president maduro will face significant challenges at home including high inflation and shortages of food and medicine. he's set to serve out the remainder of chavez's six-year term which began in january. >>> secretary of state john kerry returns to the united states today after a six nation trip to asia where tensions continue to rise on the korean peninsula. kerry told reporters in tokyo that the united states is open to negotiations with north korean government but only if the regime takes measures to abandon its nuclear weapons program. >> i think it's really unfort
control. florida's republican senator marco rubio managed a world wind media blitz appearing on seven programs. nbc's tracie potts has more now from washington. good morning, tracie. >> reporter: hi, betty. good morning, everyone. he's talked about both of those issues. both could end up facing a big challenge and uphill battle in the republican controlled house. for now we're waiting to see if it gets past the senate. the gang of eight is expected to unveil their immigration bill tomorrow. senator marco rubio was on a record seven talk shows this weekend pitching it. >> it's a way to address the millions of people that are here undocumented in a passionate way but a responsible way. >> reporter: this bill is by no means a done deal. >> this will increase the legal flow of low wages. >> reporter: deal with the border first. >> look, if those things are done right now, we'll deal with the 11 million once they're done. >> reporter: on gun control, the deal worked out by republican joe manchion and toomey will talk about internet sales and gun shows. >> we're working it and discussing wi
. >> thank you. >>> coming up, will marco rubio put his own ego ahead of 11 men, women, and children? yes? stay with us. >> if the democrat version of this happens, it's going to be amnesty, and if that happens, it won't matter. the republican party's finished anyway. whether it's official or not. they're never going to win another election. [ female announcer ] your smile. like other precious things that start off white, it yellows over time. when it comes to your smile, if you're not whitening, you're yellowing. crest whitestrips whiten as well as $500 professional treatments. guaranteed. crest 3d white whitestrips. guaranteed. a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can ac
checks at gun shows? >> we do have background checks. i have weapons -- >> but senator rubio. we don't have background checks for all sales at gun shows. we don't have background checks for sales online. what the manchin-toomey would do is say, all of those, too, would have background checks. what's wrong with that? >> do you want the background checks? the background check system doesn't work because it's not being enforced. number two, is criminals don't care about the laws we pass with regards to guns. they don't follow the law. that's why they're criminals. here's the bottom line. i think everyone's in favor of any law that could keep criminals or dangerous people from getting access to guns. the problem is all these laws that people are discussing will not effectively deal with that problem. but will infringe on the second amendment rights of law-abiding citizens. so, what we need to look for is a compromise that actually accomplishes that. that does not infringe or place additional burdens on law-abiding citizens. and in fact, is effective at keeping guns out of the hands of da
of the republicans' promising faces is all in, marco rubio on whether he can coax into supporting immigration reform. and the politics of tragedy, a 2016 republican reaching out beyond the party base and the president's budget, does he want a grand compromise or a big midterm campaign issue all with our political panel. i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." >>> secretary john kerry made a final stop in asia today meeting with japanese leaders and urging north korea to bring their nuclear rhetoric to a peaceful end. >> hopefully north korea will hear our words and recognize that for the future of its people and for the future stability in the region as well as on the peninsula itself there is a clear course of action that they are invited to take. >> joining me now arizona senator john mccain. senator, when you put this in context of the history of north korea with the grandfather kim jong-un, with the father of kim jong-un, can you tell me whether this is more serious, less serious? i mean, how do we view this? >> i think it's probably more serious because of their increased capability
loose ends on the immigration bill. but after marco rubio's sunday show, blitz, it looks like a bipartisan deal just might happen. getting to 60 isn't going to be as easy on guns. with senator scrambles to count votes on the manchin/toomey background check compromise. >>> and the republican-controlled house of representatives. >> is this bill what we wanted? no, no, is it what the nra wanted? no. but does it at least help in some small way? >> no. probably not. it doesn't. >> good day, i'm chris cillizza, live in washington, where the next step for gun legislation is a senate numbers game. nbc news political unit has confirmed that the majority support for the background check amendment that will be offered by toomey and manchin. but the bill is still short of the 60 votes it would need to be added to the larger package. joining me for our daily fix, is nbc capitol hill correspondent, kelly o'donnell. kelly o, give us the timing. this is the first amendment that will be offered. give us some sense of the timing of it and where this sort of head) >> yes you need a spread sheet
, republican senator marco rubio making the surrounds on several sound talk shows on a variety of issues including newly proposed gun control measures. >> we are spending all of our times talking about background checks as if somehow criminals will no longer get guns because they have to undergo background checks, we're lying to the public. guns are what people are using, but violence is or problem and no one is having a debate the the violence program and i think this is a missed opportunity to have an honest and open conversation in our country about why these horrifying things are happening. >>> the senator of maine is saying publicly that she will vote on the bipartisan -- she calls the manchin toomey bill a reasonable approach. kristen, with a good sunday afternoon to you, what else did senator rubio say about the current gun control legislation that's working its way through the senator? >> reporter: alex, he was asked to field a number of questions about why he opposes it, why he opposes the background check measure. you hard him give part of his response, because he believes it d
. >> just a couple of headlines, why marco rubio needs to slow walk immigration a word of caution from rubio on immigration. dana, what's his strategy here? >> his strategy is to get this deal done without antagonizing rush limbaugh and the others in the conservative base who are crucial if he is going to run for president in 2016, he is going to remain a major force in conservative politics there is little doubt, as senator schumer saying this thing is going forward f it doesn't go forward in the senate it is now going forward in the house of representatives. so, it's very unlikely that rubio, whatever he does is going to stop this from happening and he doesn't really want to stop it he just wants to appear tough while he is doing it. >> nervousness about it. the director of the center for immigration studies told the "washington post" this, "at some point, rubio will either have to lash himself to schumer or walk away from this thing. i'd bet my lunch, though maybe not my authority mortgamortgage end up waking away and say i tried in good faith, we made progress but the administration and
? all signs point to a senate deal on immigration reform. but marco rubio says not so fast. joining me for our daily fix, chris cillizza, msnbc contributor and managing editor of postpolitics.com. well, chris, marco rubio puts out his statement moments before the sunday talk shows. was he trying to watch his right flank or was he really saying it's not a done deal yet? >> probably a little bit of both, and youia i think there's politic in policy and policy in politics. marco rubio put out a statement at 8:13 a.m. sunday morning. right before chuck schumer was going to be on with chuck todd on nbc's "meet the press." that was not by accident. i think marco rubio knew that schumer, another member of the gang of eight trying to make the immigration deal was likely to say look, it's all over but the shouting, we have to dot the i's and crossed t's, but we've reached an accord. for marco rubio it's about short-term and longer-term thinking and impact. he wants to be in the room to make a deal. that would help as he goes forward in a general election context. but in a primary, in a president
's marco rubio on whether he can coax fellow conservatives in to supporting immigration reform. i'm candy crowley. and this is state of union. secretary kerry met with japanese leaders and urged north korea to bring their nuclear rhetoric to a peaceful end. >> hopefully north korea will hear our words and recognize that for the future of its people and for the future stability in the region as well as on the peninsula itself there is a clear course of action that they are invited to take. >> joining me now arizona senator john mccain. senator, when you put this in context of the history of north korea with the grandfather kim jong-un, with the father of kim jong-un, can you tell me whether this is more serious, less serious? i mean, how do we view this? >> i think it's probably more serious because of their increased capability. but you're right, this has been going on for decades. a cycle of confrontation, negotiation, aid and the false hope that somehow the north koreans would give up their efforts to acquire nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them. without that, north korea is to
are using the events in boston, how much harder has marco rubio's job become of chief salesman of immigration reform on behalf of republicans? >> it's fairly unbelievable, martin. i mean, it was going to be a difficult job to start with, but when you first looked at the facts here and said, well, entered the country legally, one a united states citizen. it would seem not to have any effect at all. the fact that it does seem to be riling up the right would indicate that there's just about anything that can set off this powder keg here. so it's a very difficult thing. immigration is one of the few things where there is a potential path of something actually occurring here in washington this year. and even that just got a whole lot -- >> well done, republicans. joy, let's listen to the kind of flame throwing that poor marco rubio now must face. here it comes. >> i don't care if she knew about this. she ought to be in prison for wearing a hijab. this immigration policy of us assimilating immigrants into our culture isn't really working. no, they're assimilating us into their cultur
while giving a talk to college students in philadelphia. here's what we said about marco rubio and lurush limbaugh. take a listen to this. >> if you take marco rubio's getting his -- kicked. who's my rubio fan here? we talked about it. he's getting destroyed by mark levin and by rush limbaugh and a few others. >> what's the right wing radio's fear's response to that been like? >> it's been savage from the very beginning, and poor marco rubio's been going twice now, at least, before on rush limbaugh's show to try to talk him down from this. it's very difficult because they had been allies. marco rubio is a tea party favorite or at least he was until this very moment. it is correct that these guys are not republicans as much as they are ideologues. they don't really care about how well the party does in an electoral sense. so, indeed, it's better for rush limbaugh, for mark levin, for glenn beck to be in opposition. so they'd be perfectly happy sending the republican party into oblivion, and at some point there's got to be some leadership in the party that's going to be brave eno
cautela. entre los más cautelosos está el senador de la florida marco rubio. >>> el domingo de resurrección, una posible reforma migratoria, revivió. el grupo de senadores, conocidos como los 8 anuncio superar un último obstáculo. >>> tenemos un acuerdo entre los sindicatos y empresarios y presentoamos los parámetros de la propuesta mi fra tri la semana entrante. cree que la cámara baja aprobara la medida, pero asegura la frontera, controla a quien se emplea, ofrece una ruta a la ciudadanía para los 11 millones de indocumentados. y striestructura la inmigración acuerdo con necesidades copo micas del país, notan rápido dijo este fin de semana otro miembro de los 8. el favorito del t party y republicano de la florida. marco rubio. la prisa excesiva en lograr una solución está vez más peligrosa para las metas que tenemos dijo rchlt y sub bra yo que se necesitan más audiencias y realizar amplios debates en el pleno, transmitido por el canal del capitolio. sus partidarios, lo respaldan. >>> tiene sentido de que esperemos y veamos de cerca los detalles algunos se pregun
that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room tonight at 6 eastern [ music ] >> radio meets television "the bill press show," now on current tv. >> here we go, 25 minutes after the hour on a monday morning, april 1st. talking keystone pipeline and it may be some second thoughts about the keystone pipeline not rushing into it after we saw this big oil spill carrying canadian crude. this was an 80,000 barrel per day pipeline. the 90,000. i'm sorry. the keystone pipeline is projected to be 800,000 barrels. so a day? imagine, you know, the magnitude of a spill from that pipeline. again, two factors that may make it also less likely that this is going to be automatically approved. one is john kerry who has always been a critic is now the secretary of state who has the first responsibility to do this environmental review, make a recommendation to the president and, second, e
images of senator mark rubio on a variety of shows, including cbs, abc, nbc -- he picked up his hearts of foreign immigration overhaul to skeptical republicans saturday. be key to pitching immigration plans to conservative lawmakers. details of what he is proposing as well as with other senators are shaping up. we would like to take a look at more of the stories. what is going to be in the bill? a bipartisan bill to revamp u.s. immigration laws including giving millions of undocumented immigrants at pathway to citizenship is expected to be introduced into the senate this week. that is from "bloomberg." the bill would be subject to hearings and negotiations as lawmakers and president barack obama's administration attempt to craft a major overhaul of u.s. immigration laws for the first time in nearly three decades. the to tell us more about immigration bill is -- talk to us about any sense of a time line and what we may see and fail regarding immigration. there's a chance this bill could be revealed as early as tuesday. there is always a lot of opposition to this bill, which would provid
. chris christie, jeb bush and marco rubio. they're all being talked about for president. is there anything on the other side that would justify excitement by the masses? >> it might be igniting generational politics becauses you would maybe have a younger candidate trying to talk more about the future instead of the accomplishments and the standings of hillary clinton in the past. chris: who would that be? >> if you're looking at a robe yo, i would say paul ryan as the former b.p. nominee. if you're looking at rand paul, actually all of those folks are substantially younger and so they might be trying to connect. if you're talking about a real kind of shakeup to the race. it might be the politics that rubio brings with his ethnic immigrant story and his appeal. chris: does he have to have a theme or a meme no counter hillary to say you know what, she's not my cup of tea, let's go with the other guy? >> well, yes, you do have to have a theme. the other buzz word a narrative. don't laugh president o's narrative is what made him -- president obana's narrative is what made h
the plan for immigration reform. marco rubio spoke on fox news sunday, giving us a sneak peek into the important details behind the plan. i sat down with chris worrelas this morning. >> it looks like senator rubio is nall on immigration reform and beyond that, the republican point man on this thing, taking leadership. >> absolutely. he's a member of the gang of 8. four republican, four democrats in the senate. they will formally unveil the plan this week. i would love to say it was an exclusive -- seven sunday shows, including telemundo and univision to sell the plan today. he is pushing it. it's a big, complicated plan, to deal with a big, complicated problem. there are strong, tough, enforcement mechanisms, e-verify for employment, tracking people to overstay there are visas and there is a long, arduous path to legalization and citizenship. >> the key issue is his own caucus, tremendous resistance to immigration reform if it does not include border enforcement. >> i have to say, from what i have heard of it, it seems to have checked a lot of those boxes. the big concern is a
senator marco rubio, hitting all seven sunday talk shows as you see it there, no holds barred and he does it in support of an immigration reform bill that will be voted on on wednesday. >>> secretary of state john kerry on a diplomatic mission in korea. the television premier of the film, "the dream is now" right here on msnbc and we'll talk to young undocumented immigrant who is can finally speak out and the filmmaker giving them a voice. >>> first, tensions rising on the korean prince, today secretary of state john kerry in japan also offering new talks with north korea if they honor previous commitments. >>> u.s. and south korean officials are bracing for a possible rocket launch by the north. this has often been a day that they have acted provocatively. amen, good morning to you and how is the region preparing for this missile test that we have been talking about for so many days? >> good afternoon to you, richard, preparations definitely been underway here not only in japan but across the region, let's tart off here in tokyo, the government is sparing no resource to protect the publi
republicans can rd exit polls. we know that senator mark rubio can -- is going for a big time. charles krauthammer? >> a lot of people will listen. look, i wrote a column in 2006, long before it became an election issue, that the waye can solve this, get a huge consensus of the american people is enforcement at the border and amnesty. this have thisense that $11 billion is the last coverts of illegals we will legalize, they will say it in overwhelming numbers yes. what's rubio has been trying to do is put that in to practice. in the has been seen gang of eight, he is saying everybody who is here can stay, which is a big session -- a concession. only when you have the borders osedo u. of theoad to the green card. that is the question, will be president agree to that? " what do you think of the chances that marker rubio is taking, going all in on this? >> i would say medium. he is putting measures in this bill that makes the bar extremely high to a path to citizenship. he has also insisted on levels of job expertise is to get a green card. >> what do you think? >> i do not think he will
republicans even think pathway tod be a citizenship. rubio is the key factor. there are two marco rubios. the one hand, he's the establishment envoy to conservatives but also republican envoy to latinos. the president's legacy, it's part of his but also part of rubio's legacy and party's legacy and that's why you have to -- chris: i want an immigration that's progressive, american, we're proud of it and we enforce it. more jokes. >> that's the argument, tough but fair. chris: we have this question of the president and how he's different. generalarned from mcarthur years ago, don't get into land wars in asia. this president doesn't look like the kind of guy that will start a land war anywhere. getting out of iraq, getting out of afghanistan. warfare does he believe in? >> he said in his second inaugural that a decade of war coming to an end. what he was talking about is the decade of the public wars we about -- iraq and afghanistan. the other wars, the secret wars, shoulddow wars, continued under obama and in fact escalated. he's embraced them. escalation of drone strikes in pakistan. we'
. and then after that happens there is a path to citizenship. >> john: what about metrics and marco rubio's path to the presidency. they have maids a charter for the party of eight and rubio didn't sign off on any of these proposals. instead, his office released a statement that reports of an agreement were premature. once more, i quote, we will need a healthy public debate that includes committee hearings and the opportunity for other senators to improve our legislation with other middle easts. to succeed this process cannot be rush order done in secret. i'm joined to be joined by robert reich author of the book "beyond outrage: what has gone wrong with our economy." >> hi, john. >> john: happy april fool's. were you surprised they could come together on this issue that has broken efforts of immigration reform every time previously? >> yes if it hadn't been for today, i would have thought it was an april fool's joke. i can't remember the first time that they got together on anything. and this really is fascinating. they have very different motives here. the chamber of commerce is interested in
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